72 Burghmuir Road,
Small dog allowed.
Low season £300 pw.
High season £350 pw.
For further details please contact:
Marie Claire Reid
Reload this mapLaburnum Mews
Self contained luxury apartment, open outlook, private parking, free WiFi. 1 bedroom apartment, separate living room, fully equipped kitchen, modern walk in shower.
Things to do in the area
- Modern, bright, self contained mews style accommodation, with private off street parking for guests.
- Comprising one double bedroom, living room with sofa, flat screen digital television.
- Fully equipped modern kitchen with washing machine, fridge freezer, oven and hob, microwave and all crockery and cutlery.
- Modern shower room, with walk in shower.
- Spacious entrance hall with storage for shoes and coats.
- Gas central heating provided, making this apartment cosy and warm.
- Super fast wifi.
- Perfect geographical location for visiting Scotland, Perth is the gateway to the highlands and only an hours travel from Edinburgh or Glasgow. Perth was once the ancient capital and was a where the kings of Scots were crowned. On the banks of the river Tay, Perth has a harbour and great rail, bus and motorway connections.
- History lovers will find Perth has much to offer. Scone Palace (pronounced Scoon) original home of Scotland's Stone of Destiny where 42 of Scotland's Kings were crowned.
- Other wonderful houses to visit include Elcho Castle, Huntingtower Castle, Megginch Castle at the Carse of Gowrie and last, but not least, Balhousie Castle - home to the Black Watch Museum.
- Industrial heritage is highlighted at Stanley Mills, a new visitor centre 4 miles north of Perth; expertly showcases and explains how the mill harnessed the power of the River Tay to drive cotton-spinning machines.
- Perthshire covers 2000 square miles and the area has an outstanding number and variety of walks to suit all tastes and levels of fitness. A great way to get close to nature whatever the season.
- Colourful floral displays and wonderful lush green parklands enhance Perth. These parklands survive today as the North and South Inches; superb public parks. While here, also enjoy the kaleidoscope of colours at Perth's many gardens including Branklyn and Rodney Gardens.
- Theatre lovers can enjoy a variety of performances in the opulent auditorium of Perth Theatre - which first opened its doors in 1900 - or at Pitlochry's Festival Theatre, the delightful theatre in the hills. Both attract visitors back year after year. Or why not pay a visit to Perth Concert Hall, with a year-round programme of concerts, drama, films, exhibitions, new media, comedy and family events there's sure to be something to suit all interests.